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THE EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 28, 1899.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
lAuxno zej issu d
Am Sugt'rCo As
AmSuCo D'd up
Ew Plant n Co
Mamoa I'lan Co
Haw'n Apr. Co
Haw'n Sujj Co
Honomu Su Co
llonokaa S Co
Kahuku Pi n Co
, Oahu Aups'ble
Pacific Su Mil
Walluku Su Co
WlMer S S Col
Haw n Elee Co
Mutual Tf If Co
' OahuS (p'dup;
Onomea Su C
p d up
Haw Gov,6per c
500,000! 5 000
000,000! JO 000
300,000! j 000
300,0001 ) 000
500.0001 5 000
5 1,000! 1,510
,500,000 1 5,00a
Pal J Up
DOIV8ETT ESTATE HAI.H.
10 Ookala Sugar Co ..Jl
10 Ookala Sugar Co
James L. Morgan onuducted 11
ealo nt noon for John M. Dowoott,
administrator of tbo estate of tho
Into Jnmos I. Dowsett.
Harry Evans bought tbesohoop
er Ada for $1325 and a slip's boat
E. B. TbornnB bought a dray fur
S75 aud At a'n expresi wrAjorJ for
H. Hackfeld & Co., bought one
lot of baceod salt at S3, 75 a ton
and" about 400 tons of salt in bulk
at GO cents a ton. Tbo Metropo
poliiau Meat Go bought ouo lot
of salt at $3 a ton, and a lot of
Kakanko salt, more tban GO, tons.
at $1.30 a ton. J. T. Watorhouse
got 50 tduB of Puuloa salt at 50
coots a ton, wbilo Ai took the
balanco of that grade at 25 cents.
At tho business promises in
Queen stroot a variety of articles
was Eold. Tbe most interesting
tbiog wan the- bell of tbo bark
Gporgo N. Wilcox, wrecked on
Molokai in 1894. It fell 'to Allen
Herbert for $1. Tbos. Hollingxr
bought two grip's galleys for SI,
ana win luro mem into uog kou
nels or dovecotes. John H. Wil
son bought a lot of bags. Tho
safe wus not offered.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
QDAim; not quantity
.- '; t
XK9$ We are selling, Sop one week
only, Mandolins and Guitars at
$3.50 EACH !
- . This is a special inducement; dp not
be, deluded by inferior goods at lower
prices. Come? arid judge for yourself."
BEMSTROM MUSIC CO,M
COItNEIt FOItT AND BETtETANIA STREETS.
I j I 1899 MODELS. -
I uIWE WANT ton TO SEE THEM! j
1 (PTfoo I Bakin & Whitman. I
W t il " " " " TR,BUNE AND MARCH BICYCLES, f
Only ono BEST
A good cottage is for rent.
The Inquois brought 20 bugs
of mail from San Francisco,
Tho Supiemo Conrt adjourned
its extra term sino die yesterday.
Tbe Snow it Burgess was to
have gotten away yesterday but a
delay was caused lato in tho aflor
noon. Sho got away this fijfonoon.
Then) wo9 a slight accident to a
Portogui'BO at the O. B. & L.
shops ycBterday. Ho got caught
in between so mo lumber aqdswus
Iu tho Police Court this fore
noon. Ma Fudc was sontonccd to
one year's imprisonment at bard
labor on the cburgn of larceny in
tho second degree.
Wall. Nichols Co. are Bonding
to their patrons a splendid map of
tho world issued by tbo Hammond
Typewriter Company. Wall, Ni
chols Co. aro tho local agents.
Furniture to make home cosy.
Silks to wear and tea to exhilar
ate can be bad by calling on Yin
Chan at his store, 40G Nuuami
street. See ud. iu Now Today.
The touchers of Kawaiahao Sem
inary bad a pleasant time last
night. They entertaiued somo
friends at tho sominnry and then
went out to Waikiki for a sea bath
in tho moonlight.
Croquet is not an extinot pas
time in Honolulu. Agdme'was
going on this morning in a baro
but level yard of Queen strnat near
tho .railway station. The players
were a merry nativo party. ",
Brand nerr furniture at very
reasonable figures is what the
public is now looking for. Stoic
mann near tho Union Express Co.
baa luet wnnt you want. Koau uis
notice for salo in tho Bulletin
The Eamehameba Alumni As
sociation met last night to discuss
club house affairs. Later on base
ball was dwelt upon. The boys
decided to place a team in the
League. Sam Mahuka was elect
Frank Mclntyro appeared on
tho streets again today after sev
eral days iu the houpo. Laet
Tuesday, Mr. Mclutyro broko one
.1. . ... r . - . ...
of tbo bones of Ins left foot while
walking along thq. street. He will
bavo to uso crutcheB for some
People of tbo city and particu
larly those living in Makik! and
vieinity, are complaing about tho
large uumber of estrnys that are
to be found about tbo streets
during tbe day and night. Thoy
enter private grounds and destroy
the plants and lawns. Tho ponud
masters do not seora to be very
active in the performance of their
TWO BANKRUPTCY CASES
IS NOW COMPLETE.
BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
Squash, 3c per lb.
Cranberries, I5c "
F. J. YOELLER I CO.,
Fort nnd Hotel Sts.
Telephone 680. 1109
AtlV ctirto rf mtilitn p hind elnmn mifU
on short notice. ARents for the Molse-I
Niininert-o., ban i-rancio. Hrass and
Metal Signs. Call and see samples. : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Makiiwuo, Miuil, can Imj (cconimodatod
ut MllS. II. II. UAIliEY 'd
TorniB, $10 porwnok. flS5-flm
If you want a mco rubber tiro
back with a careful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tel. 319,
and wo gnaranteo ynu will be
NOTARY PUBLIC anfl TYPEWR1TEB
Olllce: 208 Merchant street, Cami-
bell lilock, rear or J. O. Carter's onice.
P. O. Box 104.
EDMUND H. HAHT,
Notary "Public and Typewriter
Conveyncr ni Surchtr of Records.
Ofllco Camptwll's Block, Morcbnnt St.
Next door to Hawaiian Wine Co to5stl
AOKNT TO TAKK
Acknowledgments to Instrumen's,
District of Kona, Oabu.
AtW. C. Ac1iI'o1co,'KIiik street, near
For All mmm
In selecting Gifts
many points are to be considered:
First of all, where is the largest
and best display to be seen ?
Second, the quality and prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
0. von Hamm, assignee of the
bankrupt estate of Otafuku & Co.,
hies Itis account and petitioners
for discharge. Thedebteamount-
to 3102H HO. Cash on rhand
when the store was closed and
od to $1023 36
proceeds of sale of stock made
$70.05. Four' horses, a mule and
two wagons that bad bojoaged to
tbo estato wore found to be raort
gaged to secure a note for $373,'
(0. Tbo assignpe paid $76.90 ex
penses of windii'R up tbe ostate,
which leaves him $6.B5 out of
pocket for his services.
The estate of JR. Sawai of Ko
loa, Kauai, panned out somewhat
bettor than that of Otafuku & Co.
It realized $431. fiO, and tho px
ponsos were $234 25, leaving C.
von Hamm, assignoo, $197.25 to
distribute among tho creditors,
being a 9.15 percent dividend on
$2156.34 of indebtedness.
Noenu'i Good Work.
The steamer Nooau left Hono
lulu Wednesday evening for Ha.
mnkua with a full cargo of mer
chandise for her usual pdrJB, Sho
got back in port this forenoon nt
11:30 o'clook with a cargo of 4740
bags of sugar consigned to F. A.
Sohaefor & Co. 'This is excollent
work as she did not begin work
until early yesterday morning and
left late in tho afternoon.
Tho Noeuii reports 2000 H. A.
Co. and 5500 "Diamond" H. sugar
sugar iQ Kau and 2000 H. S. Co.
and 2400 P. 8. M. sugar in Haraa
kua. Tho Mauna Loa had 5500
H. A. Co. on board and was to
take 3000 or 3500 "Diamond" H.
1 Holiday Prices, on Bicycles! l
For Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters and Daughters
A LARGE STOCK AT
oSif -jo OUT RATBSI
1 PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
We have on display the'
largest and greatest variety of
CHOICE GOODS ever offered
in Honolulu. We know our prices
are right, because we buy right
from the manufacturers, thereby'
saving the percentage made by
the middle man.
When you come to our store
we,,feel it our duty to familiarize,
you with the goods we carry, and
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock,
j , Gqods are all marked in plain
Hollisier Drug Co,
' ii ' 'i , p
We h&ve a Lkfge
Assortment of this
ble article, which
we are selling at
the most reasona
JB. W. JORDAN'S,
No. 10 FORT ST.